Which version should i buy

Microsoft Office 2007 small business
May 17, 2010 at 09:23:52
Specs: Windows XP Professional, Intel Pentium M 1400MHz 512mb
My company is currently operating on XP and Office 2003 but the version of Office we were sold from a company which has now gone bust was found to be not genuine from the updates from Microsoft. I am now looking to obtain a genuine copy but also want to have the latest version ie.2007. I need to have excel, word, powerpoint, outlook and also would like to have visio. It appears that Office Standard 2007 would be the solution but this does not include Visio. I also need to install a version on 10 workstations does anyone have any advice on which version to get and is there a multiple user version which would save me paying around £3k for individual ones.

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May 17, 2010 at 09:54:30

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May 17, 2010 at 10:08:53
Have you considered calling Microsoft and explaining exactly what you are looking for?

Contrary to popular opinion, they don't bite.

They should be able to explain the different levels of "enterprise licenses", multi-user packages, add-ons to the Office suite, etc.

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June 9, 2010 at 10:55:31
Hi, just came across your question. To the person with the product that doesn't seem to be geniune, please visit the Microsoft Genuine Software area at microsoft.com (link below). Each year, millions of consumers worldwide are victimized by software piracy. You'll see others that have unfortunately experienced that situation, and what you can do to resolve the issue by working with Microsoft.

Genuine Microsoft Software//Stories and Solutions:

The Microsoft SMB Outreach Team

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